pyao makes the right sound but why?

'2+ electriclightheads at gmail.com
Fri Mar 5 01:58:14 CET 2010


o .. but u can use ur own tits.wav
if it is 44100 mono 16bit
and picklin n uploading the tofu
n having lots of those on the net
2 increase vegetrians is what soy.py wanted to mean

On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 9:48 AM, '2+ <electriclightheads at gmail.com> wrote:
> omg! u r actually testin my dirty code?!
> tnx that's great!
> to create an instance
> soy.py depends on(needs all of em):
>
> http://sarigama.namaste.jp/oil/tit01.wav
> http://sarigama.namaste.jp/oil/tit02.wav
> http://sarigama.namaste.jp/oil/tit03.wav
> http://sarigama.namaste.jp/oil/tit04.wav
> http://sarigama.namaste.jp/oil/tit05.wav
> http://sarigama.namaste.jp/oil/tit06.wav
> http://sarigama.namaste.jp/oil/tit07.wav
>
> and the easiest way to get the pattern is instance.pattern(howmanyframes)
> the object updates itself with .sing()
> and can affect each other with .jam_with(other_instance)
>
> this design is to (in the future) create somethang together
> with someone who would upload a short.wav on his site (to contrubute
> .. or maybe without willin to ;))
> have to study urllib(?) for things to come
> have to experiment more with picklin aspects too
> but this is my attempt to beat the
> "listenin to mp3s" culture
>
> btw. where's that help(ao)?
>
> On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 3:43 AM, Anssi Saari <as at sci.fi> wrote:
>> "'2+" <electriclightheads at gmail.com> writes:
>>
>>> dev = ao.AudioDevice('alsa')
>>> dev.play(x)
>>>
>>> could launch me a semi realtime dj kinda sys
>>> luckily .. it does seem to be making the right sound
>>> but why?
>>> the default of the samplerate and that 16bit happened to match with my thing x?
>>
>> Yes, that seems to be the case from help(ao). But I couldn't run
>> tofu = soy.Bean() since it seems to want tit01.wav. Do you make that
>> available somewhere?
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